>>1058888>I'm in the UK and plan on wild camping I've found a spot I like where wild camping is illegal but accepted kinda thing
Keep in mind that this acceptance generally hinges on people camping staying low profile and not being dicks.
So unless its a site with an official fire pit (do you have those in the UK? They are quite common in some areas of Germany), I'd strongly recomend to not do a fire. And even if you can do, just some collected twigs and sticks ought to be enough, no need for an axe and a saw.> - also checkout the imgur link to see some of the gear I plan on buying if you don't mind
I'm not trying to be an ass, but this looks like some underageb& living out his tacticool /k/ fantasy.
Apart from the stove and canister, everything seems like crap. Sure, it'll get the job done and will certainly serve you quite a few times, but it all looks tryhard tacticool.
And a (camo)bivy + kilometers of paracord + a groundsheet? WTF. Groundsheets make sense for ultralight and very expensive tents, to not wreck them at some casual outings, but your bivy tent is neither.
And your pack seems quite small.
And why do you buy a backpack anyways? Have you never been on hikes before? I'd strongly suggest to try a few hikes without a night out before, to see if that's actually your thing, before you "commit" to overnight gear.